9 New Electronic Learning Toys for Kids [Plus Reviews and Buy-it-Now Prices]

9 New Electronic Learning Toys for Kids [Plus Reviews and Buy-it-Now Prices]The children’s electronic toy market is still growing like crazy. Choosing the one that’s perfect for your kids can be confusing. I’ve put together this intro to the newest kids’ electronic learning toys out there. I’ve linked to the items at Amazon where possible so that you can learn more, and I’ve also found some great reviews on them elsewhere on the web. Plus, I’m including buy-it-now prices so you know if you’re getting a great deal.

If you’re new to my Buy-It-Now price lists, here’s what you need to know: “Buy It Now” (BIN) prices are what I consider “very good” prices on the item. They’re the best sale prices you can expect to find fairly regularly, based on records of previous sales. Don’t confuse these with the current price (although they may be the same) or the “lowest price ever” price. You may be able to beat this price if you happen onto a unusually great sale.

The Toys:

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VTech Kidzoom Smart Watch Features video recorder, touch screen, timer, alarm clock, rechargeable battery, and more. Comes with four learning games. Ages 4-7. Review. Review. MSRP $60. Buy-it-Now Price: $40

Screen Shot 2014-10-14 at 8.27.25 AMVTech Innotab 3 Plus Features 4.3″ touch screen, 180-degree rotating camera, mp3 player, 4G of  memory plus microSD card slot and rechargeable battery. Comes with 12 apps. Ages 3-9. Review. MSRP $60. Buy-it-Now Price: $40

Screen Shot 2014-10-14 at 8.28.15 AMVTech Innotab 3s Plus Features 5″ touch screen. 180-degree rotating camera, mp3 player. Wi-fi enabled. Smartphone app lets parents communicate with the device. 4G of memory plus MicroSD card slot. Rechargeable battery. Comes with 16 apps. Review. MSRP: $80. Buy-it-Now Price: $56

Screen Shot 2014-10-14 at 8.29.00 AMVTech Innotab Max Features 7″ touch screen (higher resolution than 3 Plus and 3s Plus) and 8G of memory plus microSD slot. 180-degree rotating camera, mp3 player. Faster processor than 3 Plus and 3s Plus, but shorter battery life. Wi-fi enabled. Includes 18 installed apps. Ages 3-9. MSRP unknown. Review. MSRP: $110. Buy-it-Now Price: $77.

Compare Innotab features across models


Screen Shot 2014-10-14 at 8.29.55 AMLeapFrog LeapBand 4-7 This is one of those toys that parents buy not necessarily because they think their kids will go nuts over it, but because it will encourage them to do something healthy–i.e., get moving. Comes with 50 active challenges. Virtual pets guide kids through activity challenges.Waterproof band. Fitness tracker. Ages . Review. MSRP: $40. Buy-it-Now Price: $28

Screen Shot 2014-10-14 at 8.31.21 AMLeapTV LeapFrog’s first console game system. Play with body motion, pointer play and classic control. 100+ available cartridge games. Includes console, camera, mount, transforming controller, HDMI cable, AC power adapter, 16GB of memory and built-in Wi-Fi/Ethernet port for downloads. Trusted Reviews says “think of it as a cross between a Nintendo Wii and Microsoft’s Kinect.” Ages 3-9. Release date: October 24. MSRP $149. Buy-it-Now Price: $112

Screen Shot 2014-10-14 at 8.49.48 AMLeapPad 3 Features 4G memory, front and rear-facing cameras and video recorder. 10 installed apps. Wi-fi enabled. Rechargeable battery. Ages 3-9. Review. MSRP $100. Buy-it-Now Price: $70

Screen Shot 2014-10-14 at 8.31.57 AMLeapPad Ultra XDI 7″ tablet with a high-resolution touch screen. Wi-fi enabled. Features 8G memory, front and rear-facing cameras and video recorder. 10 installed apps. Rechargeable battery. Ages 4-9. Review.  MSRP $130. Buy-it-Now Price: $91


Screen Shot 2014-10-14 at 8.33.12 AMKindle Fire HD Kids Edition  $149 for 6″ display, $189 for 7″ display.  Comes with 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited and Kid-Proof Case. Will be released on October 21. Review. Review. MSRP $149. Buy-it-Now Price: $149

Related: Baby Cheapskate’s 2014 Toys that Get Played With Lists

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  1. Kim says:

    Where are you finding the vtech innotab MAX for $77? If you click on it, it goes to amazon which has it for $109. Thanks!

  2. $77 is my Buy-it-now price rather than the current price. Check the post for an explanation of what that is. 🙂

  3. Emily Taylor says:

    I’m curious about reviews for the kids kindle since it has yet to be released?

  4. I’m assuming Amazon sent them to journalists and bloggers before the release so there would be already be buzz about the Kindle when it came out. Very common thing to do.